**Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar is being rescheduled.**

The Rise of Trademark and Rights of Publicity in the Hip-Hop Music Space
Date: To Be Determined
Time: 12 pm
Location: Online Webinar
Cost: $10
Register: Here
MCLE: One Hour General Participatory MCLE Credit

Grab your laptop if you love hip-hop! This webinar is for creators and entertainment law practitioners! In this webinar, you will learn why hip-hop artists like Run-DMC to Jay-Z, Megan thee Stallion, and 50 Cent have all bypassed the traditional focus on copyright revenues to focus on ancillary rights of trademark and publicity rights. In this seminar learn why copyright revenue has taken a backseat to branding and endorsement, and what that means for artists and the industry.

About the Speaker

Professor Kevin J. Greene is the John J. Schumacher Chair Professor at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. A former U.S. Marine and a graduate of Yale Law School, Greene is an award-winning legal scholar who has represented clients including Spike Lee, Public Enemy, Bobby Brown, HBO, and funk legend George Clinton.

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